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After SCJP ?

 
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Hi All,

I would like to know what's the most important (on demand now in the market) between SCBCD, SCWCD and SCDJWS ?
Is it worth doing the SCMAD ?
My Goal is to get the one that is the most asked in the market.

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If you are J2ME developer then going for SCMAD will add more value.
 
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I wonder why people are not talking about SCJD after SCJP?
 
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I really don't know about the market values of any of these, but I have heard that even SCJD's are marketable and that also at a good rate. I also think that it gives you a better insight into the process of Software development, I am certainly not sure about this, but I still feel like.
 
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